HTC now expects its Q4 revenue to be broadly in line with a year ago, lowering a forecast provided a month earlier of 20% to 30% revenue growth.
RIM has slashed the price of its PlayBook tablet by $300 to $200, in the latest example of a dramatic tablet price cut by iPad competitors.
A helicopter pilot walked away unharmed from a spectacular crash while erecting Telecom New Zealand’s Christmas tree in Auckland yesterday. Investigators currently believe the copter’s rotor tangled with a cable attached to the tree.
Apple has pulled Big Fish Games' subscription mobile game service from the App Store less than a week after it went up, despite having originally officially approved the product.
Google has pulled the plug on a number of non-core projects, including its plans to make renewable energy cheaper than coal and several social media products that have been supplanted by Google+, as part of CEO Larry Page's continuing streamlining efforts.
The Canadian government is considering lifting all foreign ownership restrictions on telecom companies with a market share of 10% or less, in a bid to allow smaller operators to access the funds needed to compete with the big three incumbents.
Apple is seeking to boost its ‘green’ credentials by converting a US data center from coal-fired electricity to solar power.
Shares in daily deals site Groupon have fallen below the company's IPO starting price, three weeks after its initial listing on the Nasdaq exchange.
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